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Antonio Brown Workout (JACKED!!)

What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, I always talk about ‘if you want to look
like an athlete you’ve got to train like an athlete’. Today we’ve got an athlete here training. Antonio Brown, six-time NFL Pro-Bowl wide
out for the Pittsburg Steelers. Soon to be seven. ANTONIO: I like that. JEFF: Here to train, guys. We’re going to knock out an athletic workout
today. So, Antonio, being a wide out; we know that
there are a lot of elements to be a successful wide out. You need to be strong. People think it’s just a speed position. Speed, plus it’s a very physical position,
too. Especially these days in the NFL. You need to be strong. So, you’ve got some heavy component to what
we’re doing here. Some strength component to what we’re doing. Ultimately, we also have to have body control. We’re going to go through that and work
on body control through different exercise that are going to help us do that. Then finally, we’ve got explosiveness because
no matter what sport you play you have to be explosive. So today we’re going to go through a push-pull
leg combo. We’re training movements here, not just
muscles. We like things that like to move together. ANTONIO: Absolutely. JEFF: And we’re going to do it through this
approach of heavy stuff, controlled stuff, and explosive stuff. You ready to knock this out? ANTONIO: Let’s get it. JEFF: All right, let’s go. So, what we start off with first is, we’re
going push, we’re going with a heavy dumbbell incline bench-press. You lead with your chest. So down, chest stays out. That’s it. That’s it. Drive it up. Go. Three more. Come on. One. Two. Three. Nice. Now we go right down into the next exercise
here. Which is a pushup, but we’ve got to do it
a little differently. A lot of guys like to just do the pushups
here. They bang them out just like this. They do two things wrong. They’re pushing straight through the ground
and the second thing they’re doing is leading with their shoulders instead of their chest. So, we’re going to do it a different way. You’ve got to make sure your chest leads
out in front of the shoulder. Exactly. If your shoulders lead first they’re going
to do all the work. So, you go down, chest leading the way, and
it stays that way. Straight down and push out of it. Now, to keep the tension on there – because
we’ve got to get mind-muscle control – you push right from there and we keep it in that
spot. Now we rep it out. Remember, you’re trying to squeeze your
body off the ground. That’s the second thing people do. They just push away. Almost like you’re pulling your hands together
to get your body off the ground. That’s it. Now, grab the dumbbells up here. We’ve got to get fast again. Even though we’re going pretty fast there,
we’re not fast enough. We get in here. Body position is everything. Get a stable base. We’re going to press up overhead and we
don’t just press up, we pull down. So up in here, pull down, up. And I keep this going at that pace for 40
seconds. Butt’s out, athletic position, drive them
up, right down to your shoulders. That’s it. Go. Go. Nice. That’s a pushup pulldown. As you start to fatigue you might want to
lean back. Don’t. Keep yourself forward. That’s it. And you keep driving. Come on. Five. Four. Keep it fast. Three. Two. One. Nice. Now we want to get – uh oh. Shirt’s coming off. The real deal. We slow down, we speed up. We start with the strength stuff, you slow
down. You’ve got to speed it up. This burpee here, we use a physio ball. You can bang it off the wall, go down, burpee,
and you’ve got to catch the ball. Up. Good. Up. Up. Everything is about the core first; stabilizing. Then almost tease yourself a little bit. Get out there as far as you can. There you go. Nice and tight. Right there. Got it. Come on. Last one. Last two. Come on. Drive it. One more. One more. Good. Switch. Lock up the other side. Think about it. Think right over here. Nice. The more you lock that up, this will go up
easier. See the explosive right here? Let’s see you get yourself way up off the
ground. Treat each one like a rep. Load up, explode. There you go. Nice. Nice. Up. Perfect. No limit to how far you can push this. There you go. Bulgarian split squat. We’ve got the benefit of being able to load
the quad and the glute, depending upon how we descend. So, you go straight down, and you’ve got
the quad loaded up. Now, you go down into a splintered position,
just like that. You can feel how this loaded up now. ANTONIO: Yep. JEFF: It shifted back to the backside. Straight down. Yep. Then splinter down. Just like that. Go five and five on each position. Now, people do carries. Carries are incredible. Not just football players. Any athlete. But it’s how your carry. So, you get in here, you take the weight,
we do our five deadlifts first. But when we carry, a lot of guys wind up carrying
like this. Short, choppy steps. And it’s not necessarily body control. What I want to see you do is slow, heel, toe. It lights up your entire hips. Just like that. Nice and slow. Do you feel that? ANTONIO: Oh, yeah. JEFF: Ass out, head up, chest up. One. You’ve got it. Two. Three. Four. Five. Now, nice and slow. Even slower. Even slower. Get that leg out. Yep. Stay on one leg for a long period of time. There you go. You feel that? ANTONIO: Yep. JEFF: Off the hip. Don’t lose it. Don’t go fast. And down. Okay, turn. One more. Five more deadlifts. Head up, chest out, drive. Nice. Back here now it’s the same thing, but we
don’t have any weight. You go straight down, up, clap, land. Just try to land nice and slow with control. ANTONIO: Like that? JEFF: Yep. 10 of them. Each leg. Nice. Two. Three. You’re getting higher than me. ANTONIO: Yep. JEFF: So now it’s just a straight, no carry. Just a regular deadlift, right through there
with the trap bar. Let’s go eight and then we’ll start working
on that control again. Through a lunge. You’ve got it. Drive through the feet. You’ve got it. Easy. Good. You’ve got it. If you lunge out with the other side it wants
to pull us down in that direction. The only thing that can stabilize that is
the hip on this side firing. So, one’s out, and then pull back. You’ve got it. Got it. Right? It wants to pull you that way, but you’ve
got to fire that hip to keep you there. And the more you keep the weight on the side
of you, the harder it becomes. The key here is what we’ve talked about
forever. Which is, get the glutes up and then pull
in. So, as you let this thing get out, a lot of
guys will let the hips drop because they’re getting fatigued. But that’s not really helping your glutes,
you’re just working your hamstrings. That’s how you get hamstring pulls. If you can keep this fired up the whole time
and then pull without letting it drop, that’s the key. That’s it. The thing about it, but – here. This is the key. First of all, you’re getting a little dehydrated
because you’re sweating so much. But the key is, if the hamstrings get asked
to do what they can’t do- ANTONIO: Yeah. JEFF: Because it’s really not their job
to continue to do all this by themselves. They need the help of the glutes. If they don’t, that’s when they start
cramping, that’s when they start pulling, and that’s when they get injured. Good. ANTONIO: That’s getting hard right there. JEFF: I might as well just do it with you. ANTONIO: Yeah, give me a hand. JEFF: You want me to do it? ANTONIO: Yeah, let’s do it. JEFF: Well, screw it. Let’s go. Mic’s off. Jesse. Here’s my mic. ANTONIO: Guns out. JEFF: Let’s go. You’re leading the way. You’ve got it. Come on. Get up. Get down. A little lower. Little lower. Come on. That’s it. Ncie. Get it. Get it. All right. ANTONIO: Nice. Let’s rock. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes. JEFF: Slow, slow, slow. Pull from here. Slow, slow, slow. Good. ANTONIO: Grab that. Nice. Nice. Nice. JEFF: Okay. Come on. Sit, pull. Sit, pull. Pull. Pull. Pull. Nice. A lot of weight. ANTONIO: Let’s do it this way. More than one way. More than one way. Let’s do it. JEFF: Man, it’s hard to talk now. ANTONIO: I hear you. JEFF: Guys, there you have it. I preach it all the time. If you want to look like an athlete you’ve
got to train like an athlete. This doesn’t happen by accident. It happens by hard work. There are no secrets, there are no tricks,
there are no shortcuts. There’s certainly no shortcut to the top. To be where he is, at the top of his game
it literally takes more work now than it probably took him to get here. ANTONIO: Absolutely. JEFF: Because he’s actually working steady
now. So, guys, as we were talking about, if you
want to train like an athlete, head to right now and check out our systems. ANTONIO: Check it out. JEFF: In the meantime, I’m going to go rest. This guy’s got a lot more in the tank. I’m probably done. See you. ANTONIO: ATHLEANX, baby.

Reynold King

100 Replies to “Antonio Brown Workout (JACKED!!)”

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  2. atlean guy a beast. they both are, ima try this. 8:11 he said youre getting dehydrated cuz youre sweating much? sweat is your body way of cooling down, i dont get that comment.

  3. I wish I had a workout partner lol the only people I’d want to go with are so much more advanced

  4. My nigga you’re 5.7 he’s 5.10 you’re not but it doesn’t matter don’t know why you’d lie

  5. Why don’t they always tell us exactly how much rest you need between sets and how many reps there are?? Do you just need to guess or something

  6. Always been great just on the wrong team naw Steelers is a great organization but us Raiderssss Fans love to have AB with Us. 💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿

  7. 3:27 paahhahahah what are them press ups? this guys humping the floor, not even bending his arms and NOObody picked up on that. typical LA and people being fake and refusing to get out the bubble of sucking up to people

  8. There’s a reason you always hear about pros being “next level” athletes and today being about 20 years younger didn’t hurt either. Antonio is a beast no question…

  9. Not trying to be a troll, but no one knows how to train like an athlete like an actual athlete does and I like how in this video, he basically thinks he’s telling the athlete what to do. You look great, but ur not an NFL player. How about letting the NFL player challenge YOU because I’m sure what he does is way harder anyway 😂

  10. This guy is in great shape, and did 25% of the workout, and was struggling, to handle what AB was throwing around.

  11. Sad part is I bet if the title was: I WORKED OUT WITH ANTONIO BROWN AND HE SWEAT ON ME! was the title, this would have a lot more views. I hate YT sometimes.

  12. There are some really cool moves here! I'm just afraid if I try this last one, I will end up on YouTube in Gym Fails.

  13. What a great player. It's too bad he contracted that WRD (wide receiver disease) that Odell Beckam, Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson all got….but seemed to miss Tory Holt, Marvin Harrison, Calvin Johnson, and Tim Brown completely.

  14. I remember watching a video Jeff did measuring how tall he was and he said he was 5”10 but Antonio is listed as 5”10 but is clearly way taller 🤔

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